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Zip across the country on a high-speed bullet train for a private 2-night tour of Shandong, including accommodation in Qufu and either round-trip transport from Beijing or on-ward transport to Shanghai. Discover Shandong’s rich spiritual heritage as you explore UNESCO-listed wonders like the Temple of Confucius, the Cemetery of Confucius and the Kong Family Mansion. Then, ride a cable car to the sacred peak of Mt Tai (Tai Shan), one of China’s Five Great Mountains, and soak up the views from the South Heaven Gate, White Cloud Cave and Sun Viewing Peak.

Highlights

  • 2-night private Shandong tour from Beijing
  • Take the fastest bullet train in the world to Qufu
  • Visit the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Temple and Cemetery of Confucius and the Kong Family Mansion
  • Ride a cable car to the summit of Mt Tai
  • See the South Heaven Gate, White Cloud Cave, Sun Viewing Peak and more!
  • Return to Beijing or continue to Shanghai by bullet train – your choice
  • Enjoy individualized attention and commentary from your private guide

What You Can Expect

2-Night Best of Shandong Tour by Bullet Train from Beijing

Private Tour: 2-Night Shandong Tour by Bullet Train Including Mt Tai, Qufu and Temple of Confucius

Itinerary

Customer Reviews

Daniel C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2015

Loved our trip. We had over booked two tours and we were worried we would be out the money we spent with viatour. However, they helped us make things work. We had our personal guide, Ben. He was great. We loved every moment of it. Thanks

John M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2014

An excellent tour. Well-organized, time well-spent, lots to see, all quite interesting. My guide, Eva, was well-informed, spoke English very well, and was easy to travel with. I enjoyed our conversations together and learned a lot. The breakfast at the Queli Hotel in Qufu could be improved (even the Chinese food).

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